Law and Public Safety

Law and Public Safety

Central County (2nd) Precinct


Also serving the Cities of Hanley Hills, Pasadena Hills, Vinita Terrace and Norwood Court.

Captain Guy Means, Commander [Contact]

Precinct Station
1333 Ashby Road
St. Louis, MO 63132 [Map]
(314) 567-9926

City of Hanley Hills Police Station
7713 Utica Drive 63133 [Map]
(314) 726-4632
[City of Hanley Hills Information]

City of Norwood Court City Hall
7600 Lammert Lane 63121 [Map]
(314) 382-8176
[City of Norwood Court Information]

City of Pasadena Hills Police Station
3915 Roland Boulevard 63121 [Map]
(314) 381-2266
[City of Pasadena Hills Website]

Village of Uplands Park City Hall
6390 Natural Bridge Road 63121 [Map]
(314) 383-1856
[Village of Uplands Park Information]

Village of Vinita Terrace City Hall
8027 Page Avenue 63130 [Map]
(314) 427-4488
[Village of Vinita Terrace Information]

Captain's Message

photo of Captain Means

This time of the year is the most alarming for parents and law enforcement officers. With spring and summer approaching quickly as well as prom, graduation, college students arriving home for summer and with teens in general gearing up for summer excitement, inevitably some young adults turn to alcohol in the quest for celebration.
     As we prepare for celebration of the summer season and the life changing events of graduation and transition from teens to adults, parents should remind their children of the dangers of drinking and driving and riding in a car with someone who has been drinking. Additionally, no parent should serve alcohol to any minor or allow alcohol to be served in their home or elsewhere,
Remember,  no young adult is immune to the kindly worded admonition, “ NEVER Drink and Drive and ALWAYS wear your seatbelt.”

Please be safe and enjoy your spring and summer season.

Central County Precinct Goals

  • Provide the public with reasonable and efficient access to public services.
  • Be responsive to calls and identified needs for police services within the precinct 24 hours a day.
  • Allocate personnel to obtain maximum utilization of its human resources to meet identified needs.
  • Provide staff services for the traditional line functions of the police.
  • Maintain a proactive approach toward crime and disorder.
  • Identify criminal activity and act to resolve it.
  • Maintain activities to facilitate the orderly flow of people and vehicles within the community.
  • Maintain positive interaction with the public and a high degree of visibility within the community.

Join our N.E.W.S alert


Neighborhood Email Warning System
                  

You ask, what is the “N.E.W.S” list? This is the Neighborhood E-mail Warning System.  Anytime there is a serious criminal offense that you or your family needs to be alerted to in your neighborhood or a surrounding neighborhood you will receive an e-mail alert from the central precincts neighborhood policing unit of the St. Louis County Police Department. 


 In addition, you will receive quarterly newsletters updating you regarding the activities in your precinct, such as the citizen police academy, town hall meetings, and the next neighborhood watch meeting locations.

 

 What we need is your E-mail address, the subdivision you reside in, and your name or an emergency contact number should you choose to provide it.  Your name, E-mail address, and the subdivision where you reside are essential to distributing this important information. 

 Any information you provide will remain private and never be distributed.

 

Contact your neighborhood policing officers via E-mail to be added to your subdivision’s contact list.  Please contact one of the officers below to join, Its FREE!


        P.O. Janet Nisbet at JNisbet@stlouisco.com or call 314-567-9926

Precinct Boundary Map

Central County Precinct Map
Open a map of the CentralCounty Precinct, including boundaries, major highways, municipality names, and surrounding communities.


St. Louis County Police DepartmentCALEA Logo
7900 Forsyth Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63105

Emergency Calls: Call 911
Non-Emergency Reporting / General Information: (314) 889-2341
TDD: (314) 889-2345




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Report Crime ... Make the Call

If you see a crime in progress or another emergency situation that requires an immediate police response, call 911. Provide the call-taker with a good description of the incident, the offender, and the exact location.

For non-emergencies, however, do not call 911. Non-emergency calls to 911 can slow the response time to true emergencies. The number to call for non-emergencies is (314) 889-2341.